Just because you can cook a mean meal in the kitchen doesn’t mean you’re a professional (but props to you anyway!). If there’s anything I’ve learned these past few years, it’s to never under estimate anyone who’s worked in a kitchen, especially if they’ve made their way to chef or “chief.” They work in a high pressure environment where they’ve literally seen it all, and they’ve got the tough skin to prove it. To give you an idea, we’ve provided some anonymous confessions from chefs, pastry chefs, and others in the culinary world from the popular application Whisper below. Through their confessions, you can learn about some of their secrets and struggles, including tension with their bosses and dating problems. You can also learn about some of their pet peeves. If you’re interested in learning more, be sure to check out Anthony Bourdain’s *Kitchen Confidential*, where he provides an unfiltered look at his journey from dishwasher to one of the world’s most famous chefs and TV personalities.It isn’t all about you. Respect someone’s craft by supporting them instead of expecting it for free.
There isn’t a certain way anyone is supposed to look. You can’t always judge a book by its cover!
Wonder if she’d ever be interested in someone from work? We’re sure it could be either a big hit or a big miss…
If your superior is willing to put other people’s lives at risk, it’s best to look somewhere else.
Looks like this chef is anti-vegetarian. That’s alright, there’s someone for everyone.
If it’s a way of escaping yourself, we understand. If it’s just because pizza and ramen are tasty, we understand that too.
You never know what someone’s going through, so even if this is assuming, it’s actually pretty sweet.
Hey, we’re not judging. What’s better than free food? Free food that you could make just the way you like it. You can control everything you put into it.
Some people never forget where they came from. Humility is one of the best virtues out there.
Maybe next year, this chef should bet some money on it!
This is bound to happen, especially if you work in a place where your creativity is limited by budget and someone else’s vision.
I wonder if this chef ever asks for feedback for improvements, especially if this happens often.
If the quality of your work is good or even better, keep doing you.
I don’t blame this person. The Easy-Bake Oven was the best gift I’ve ever received!
We all have our reasons for doing the things that we do. And hey, Ratatouille was an amazing film!